I've had this guy for a while now, probably around 7 months old. It's in a tank with a calling male (they've grown up together in the same tank their entire life).
This one started out a little smaller than the male but has since gotten a little fatter than him. Also based on its pear shape...
I have a group of 4 that are just about 5 months old now. Any guesses on the sex? No calling yet, but I've tried playing calls with no response.
And the last two have this body shape, where you can see the back arches.
We've been pretty confident that our Powder Blue is a male, but we haven't yet seen him calling. What do any of you think about his gender? We're wanting to get a mate for him, but before we do we just want to try and confirm our hunch. ;) Thanks for your input!
This is (What I think to be a male) Varadero (Bill Schwinn) judging by his posture and length of his torso as opposed to the "Plump Lump" that begins mid-back in a female but maybe Im wrong...I have heard calling from this tank and I have 2 frogs in it but one has seriously VANISHED and this is...
When I received this now ~9 month old tinc at 3 months old I was told it was a girl. I have 2 for sure males and 2 for sure females - this frog behaves more like the males. It seems to be getting bigger toe pads than the other 2 females as well. any help or opinions would be appreciated, thank you!
So I recently purchased a mated pair of cobalts. The have been with each other for around 2 years. The guy I got them from says he's gotten eggs, but never had a successful clutch.
Anyways, I bought them, took them home, and put them in a quarantine tank until I can get their fecals sent off &...